Tag "headaches"

When you see your child lying on the couch, holding his head and complaining of a headache, it can be concerning. Headaches, which can even occur in infants, are a common problem for young people of all ages. In fact, about › Continue Reading

Migraines in kids. How can we best prevent them? That is a question we hoped to answer when began a study that was published in the New England Journal of Medicine this week. In particular, we wanted to know which preventive › Continue Reading

As the school year begins, many parents may start to hear their children complain about headaches. Head pain can be caused by infections, head injury, general illness, or may be the main problem itself, such as migraine. The most common › Continue Reading

Cincinnati Children’s Nick DeBlasio, MD, says about 10 percent of school-aged children and 27 percent of teens get headaches. Some common reasons for headaches include not drinking enough water, not getting enough sleep, missing a meal and stress. Read more › Continue Reading

Over the past few months my son Carter has been treated by many departments at Cincinnati Children’s. He had an emergency room visit, inpatient stay, lab work, outpatient surgery, and was seen in both Neurology and Radiology. During our many › Continue Reading